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Thank you note

August 7, 2010

Count this as an international thank you note.

Recently, a demonstration in Pakistan managed to send me Aesopian cheerfulness. Likewise, Russian intellectuals.

I have a thank you for Thailand and would like to credit Koreans and other peoples for finding ways to tell me what is going on in my life. There are people holding firm in the struggle.

I regret that I do not study the whole world consistently and also do not credit everything I see for fear of ruining it or enabling spies.

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Aesopian notes

August 1, 2010

  • I don’t interpret David Hoffman’s piece in “Foreign Policy” as saying to trade a campaign chip for a change in foreign relations. If any imperialist ever did that, the proper response is always to tell the imperialists, “and that proves you are not serious. Come back when you are done pandering to the labor aristocracy, labor bureaucracy, gender aristocracy and gender bureaucracy of the United $tates, because you know those social groups have no road forward for the planet; whereas, the national bourgeoisie finds bourgeois internationalism at least somewhat attractive and the international proletariat has no interest in military contracts, intra-proletarian warfare and the other bleep that thrills your Amerikkkans.”

    It just looks like Hoffman is saying to trade a campaign chip for a policy.
    http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/07/29/biohazard?page=0,1

  • Regarding what a major television network said about 36 hours ago, I don’t accept that it was a joke or a direction from the CIA. If it were from the CIA, the CIA makes a mistake in speaking in the same channel as a politician at the same time. It’s hard enough to sort things out. In all likelihood, though the CIA probably should have a stance on the question involved, the network is just helping out the Democrats and Obama.

  • Opinion from Canada comes in on my situation in-between-the-lines.
    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2010/07/31/the_trust_thing_106536.html

  • More see war in Mideast coming.
    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/article.asp?edition_id=10&categ_id=5&article_id=117656#axzz0vFlxmLqA

  • The critical role of the Twinkie bourgeoisie

    August 1, 2010



    Twinkies are yellow on the outside but white on the inside.

    On July 19, the Chinese state media reported on an attempt by a corporation to influence views of debt-holding and investment by downgrading the United $tates below China. Xinhua said that: “China’s local-currency rating was AA+ and foreign currency rating AAA, according to the Dagong report, both higher than those given by Moody’s, S&P and Fitch. In its report, Dagong rated the US ‘AA’ with a negative outlook both in its local as well as foreign currency.”(1)

    At the same time, there are those Democrats who believe that wrecking the U.$. economy will not be a deficit-spending party at the expense of the world’s people, but a final impetus to revolution. I hope they are right, and I don’t think it’s out of the question, but I suspect that the Twinkie bourgeoisie may not agree. That’s why I take great heart in the report about Dagong, something maybe more important than any one thing I could think of.

    An historian who keeps close tabs on MIM’s struggles has repeatedly sounded the siren that we may be witnessing the collapse of U.$. empire. Niall Ferguson says: “Alarm bells should therefore be ringing very loudly indeed in Washington, as the US contemplates a deficit for 2010 of more than $US1.47 trillion ($1.64 trillion), about 10 per cent of GDP, for the second year running. Since 2001, in the space of just 10 years, the federal debt in public hands has doubled as a share of GDP from 32 per cent to a projected 66 per cent next year. According to the Congressional Budget Office’s latest projections, the debt could rise above 90 per cent of GDP by 2020 and reach 146 per cent by 2030 and 344 per cent by 2050.”(2)

    Ferguson points out that half of U.$. debt is held by foreigners, 22% by the Chinese, down from 27%. The issues involved are why I have stressed that the developing countries must start trade and cross-investment among themselves. At first that business may not seem like real business because the hands involved are inexperienced, and that in itself may cause inflation, but the U.$. economy is built on many falsehoods. It’s absolutely critical that the Twinkie bourgeoisie step to the plate or whatever economic crisis there is will be paid for by the Third World. Already the Yankee imperialists managed to sell too many of their mortgage securities abroad and the collapse of the stock market also came at the expense of foreign investors.

    An overestimation of the faults of the Cultural Revolution can stand in the way of assessing the West accurately. Mao was correct that there is a bourgeoisie in the party, and to that the national bourgeoisie says “it’s a good thing.” It was only Mao who left an explanation of the collapse of socialism for the youth.

    Unfortunately, the Maoist proletarian pole lost out and we are not on the brink of shutting down U.$. capitalism to replace it with a socialist system. At this moment the socialist road is precluded by the low class consciousness of the international proletariat, misled in no small part by the Gus Halls and Bob Avakkkians. So the question at this moment, reform-wise, and not revolution-wise, is in the hands of the national bourgeoisie first and foremost and secondarily the bourgeois internationalists such as Rockefeller.

    Mao warned the Chinese over and over again to digest Western content for Chinese purposes. The Cultural Revolution tried to rid China of the influence of ideologies that would make China a lackey of the United $tates. Today our modern version of the Cultural Revolution will say not to fall in love with Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan and the rest of Western culture beyond love of one’s own developing country culture.

    I hope that the Third World people do not end up paying for Amerikkkan spending binges, but it is entirely possible. In denial of Marx’s theory of surplus-value and also unable to see the pyramid or Ponzi nature of capital inflows into the United $tates, the Twinkie bourgeoisie may just lend to the United $tates, sell to the United $tates and invest in the United $tates just to prop it up.

    And we have talked about what that means politically. It means that developing country surplus-value goes to the United $tates which in turn uses it to occupy Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Korea etc. Left to themselves, the Amerikkkans would never tax their whole society to pay for those wars they have carried out since 9/11. It should be the goal of the Twinkie bourgeoisie to make the Amerikans pay for their own messes.

    I have emphasized the Twinkie bourgeoisie, because the class solidarity of Amerikans and Europeans should be taken as a granted. The Twinkie bourgeoisie is the vast majority of the remainder of the bourgeoisie and its experience will also influence Brazil, the rest of Latin America and Africa. Even I persynally have been forced into a national bourgeois role. One must lean to one side or another and if on one side is progress and the other the Western labor aristocracy and gender aristocracy, the choice is easy.

    Notes:
    1. http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/indepth/2010-07/19/c_13403979.htm
    2. http://www.realclearworld.com/articles/2010/07/28/sun_could_set_suddenly_on_superpower_as_debt_bites_99088.html

    Sydney Morning Herald

    July 30, 2010

    The “Sydney Morning Herald” has blown hot and cold on my lynching. Just before Gillard took over the government in Australia recently, the “SMH” copy editors were sniping at me between-the-lines worse than any other outlet on the Internet.

    I haven’t said in a while that the white man test is still coming. I love how when I say it, the matter is one of “conspiracy theory.” When a white man says it, it’s published material in a Harvard course. That’s exactly the kind of solipsistic world my subjectivist critics live in: whatever is good for the Democratic Party is the truth, they think.

    That’s how it’s been the whole existence of MIM. Even after we founded ourselves, we suddenly had a struggle over whether the cardinal principle on the non-exploitation of white workers was true or not. Supposedly one only joined after agreeing to that and also agreeing to quit the party and form another if that ever changed; yet, we had to fend off a few people in the party on the subject. Dragged kicking and screaming — that’s how it always is in political struggle in the imperialist countries.

    Insider problem at CNN

    July 28, 2010

    The recent CNN reaction to the Department of Agriculture firing hullabaloo is in-between-the-lines proof that CNN knows it is part of the news in my lynching case. I suppose CNN deserves some credit for bringing this to my attention, since I have not mentioned it before. (I don’t watch television much, so it easily escaped my mind.)

    A regular on CNN who only a few years ago was disinforming listeners that there was no threat to Social Security from red ink was a Democratic candidate for Congress, whose campaign manager was the Fruitfly. One would think that an active candidate for Congress would be sign enough that maybe CNN should not rely on die-hard Democrats as sources for a news story about die-hard Democrats.

    For that matter, the Fruitfly himself often pointed out that the First Amendment protects the press from the government. There is no legal protection of the government from the press. Breitbart is press. So am I. Getting a little foamy around the mouth CNN?

    Ironically, here I am: I did not campaign for Jesse Jackson and Batman and Robin did, but it’s me who said Jesse Jackson should be president right now. That’s what gets me qualified as an “enemy” who just chips away at reputations. It goes to show that even offering Democrats a Democrat that die-hards already campaigned for is not loyal enough to the die-hard Democrat agenda.

    But wait, it gets better. The dynamic duo’s usual international defender has made a big point of ceasing defense of them at this moment. It’s a miracle. That’s how wrapped into the story the dynamic duo and a couple people at CNN are: they didn’t even notice.

    Note:
    http://edition.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1007/23/ltm.03.html

    Shades of gray

    July 27, 2010

    I’ve been accused of not seeing shades of gray. That is false. It’s just that I don’t talk about shades of gray. Lynchers #1-3 are not shades of gray. They are clearcut problems. There are many other spies and decadent females I could talk about.

    In the same vein, one of the most difficult aspects of being the focus of media lynching for five years is that Amerikan females generally ARE a shade of gray different than the lynchers. It is especially true that intellectual females think about sex the same way as spies do — that it has no intrinsic value and that it might as well be exchanged for something regarding a supposed secret of Washington, Wall Street, Moscow or Beijing.

    MIM’s approach is to defend LGBT rights and remove rigid role pressures from asexuals. In our opinion, this will also do the most to remove decadence from heterosexual relations. Too many pseudo-feminists do not understand that pursuing a man for his alleged extrinsic connections to something going on in the world in power is degrading, moreso than what they spend most of their time attacking if they do bother to attempt feminism.

    While pornography protects females, because we do not want to send our Lindsay Lohans to prison and combat, females readily assent to sending males off to war, prison, murder and a disproportionate share of youth suicide. Females are now the vast majority of college graduates being minted as well. The gender aristocracy movement simply misses cause and effect.

    In pornographic magazines, females say they like sex, and never tell us the complicated and possibly stupid and evil things they have been doing. Nonetheless, attraction to the body is at least intrinsic to the individual who has the attractive body, and it does vary from individual to individual. What spies want is the same thing as money, extrinsic to the individual.

  • An 18-year-old sleeps with an 18-year-old for the purposes of a spy database. Wrong? Yes. In Egypt it would be horrible. In the United $tates, it’s a shade of gray, to be taken lightly.

    Then there are questions of fact. I don’t always report what I have been told, because in many cases the media and secret services disinform me to protect the Democratic Party at this time. Taken together the gray areas below do complete a picture. Maybe some of them are false, but some of them likely are true, and overall the gray areas help a reader to understand what has to be evaluated.

  • A Castroite and then a Gus Hall hack date someone for the purposes of extortion 25 years later. Wrong? Yes. Factually solid? — OK, the facts add up for this tip, but I don’t report it. It’s gray. One could question whether I’m just in denial, because I don’t want to think about all females that way.

  • A Gus Hall follower blocks my career path by pushing retraction of a job offer I received from someone else. It makes sense and I did not draw the party connection. It’s a shade of gray.

  • Yahoo! says the Brits don’t do Romeo/Juliet spies, but they recruit LGBT. This I consider a joke, and put it at 15% likelihood, but an increasing likelihood over time, just given the numbers of the situation.

  • Various papers and tabloids try to tell me a whole relationship in the 1980s was CIA. This I give a higher probability rating to.

    The following points I believe might not have super-high probability alone, but together add up.

  • Out of nowhere, an Army brat tells me he is going to see if he can get me into the Cabinet — in the 1980s when I showed no such interest. Did he know something already?

  • Two NASA brats tell me one-liners out of the blue in the 1980s that would seem to point to lyncher #1.

  • A friend of mine tells me out of the blue a two-liner in the early 1980s that I will have to sue for racial discrimination or get stuck in middle management — this when I was not looking for a job and was yet to head to graduate school.

  • “SALT”

    July 27, 2010

    This month we’ve had the Anna Chapman story and now the “Salt” movie, and Angelina Jolie has noted the timing.

    I will take this opportunity to note the difference between our line on femme fatales and R¢P’s. The R¢P raises the femme fatale idea only to relieve themselves for responsibility on their own backwardness. They say that femme fatales happen because “there are no other positive role models.”

    Excuse me, that was no positive role models in the 1950s when Avakkkian was growing up. That’s not the same thing as nothing for lyncher #1 to see. Lyncher #1 also lived in an era of approximately equal college enrollments by gender, unlike the 1960s.

    Saying there were no positive role models for lyncher #1 is a poor excuse for their support for Obama and lynching. In 1984, Geraldine Ferraro was already on the Mondale ticket for president as vice-president. In 1988, D. Wilder won as a Black man in a mostly white southern state, Virginia. That same year we had the consensus in the press regarding Willie Horton. In other words, on all these points the R¢P went further backwards than what the backward imperialist system had already vomited up.

    Instead of defending existing historical gains, the R¢P took its usual hydra-headed approach to two-line struggle in which it claimed credit for both sides, the same way the CIA enters both sides of a civil war to get information. In contrast, MIM comes from Marx, who since the “Theses on Feuerbach” stressed that reality and change are not two-sided recycling of history.

    Here’s what I have to say to the SVR located in suburban Moscow and other secret services. There are a lot of things you could have done to help me out.

  • You could have helped me out by telling me who in my circles was sent to disrupt monogamy, because you know darn well that “do your own thing” is never going to produce a real communist movement here.
  • You could have sent me a girlfriend, sure, and told her why the mission was a good one, since we in the revolution are at a disadvantage in attracting money-obsessed females, obviously.
  • Barring a girlfriend, you could have sent people with other skills, such as language interpretation.
  • You could have sent someone to argue with me about the Aesopian class, and if I did not agree, your agent could have done the Aesopian analytical work instead.

    I fully believe that the 95% of progress of the United $tates comes from outside. You overrate the value of the left-wing of parasitism. All it has done is rediscover the joys of the mafia and crony capitalism. Look at all this great corporatism we have now under Obama.

    There is an infinite possible role for outsiders to play. The vast majority of the world benefits from a communist movement in the United $tates, regardless of what it thinks of communism elsewhere.


    Note:

    http://www1.voanews.com/english/news/arts-and-entertainment/movies/Art-Imitates-Life-in-Spy-Thriller-Salt-99233314.html

  • Cameron waits for U.$. attack on fascism

    July 22, 2010

    ‘”I think it’s important in life to speak as it is, and the fact is that we are a very effective partner of the US, but we are the junior partner’. ‘We were the junior partner in 1940 when we were fighting the Nazis.'”–Prime Minister David Cameron

    There is an excellent little press report from a British source I have not noted much.

    On the whole though, it does look like business as usual between Britain and the United $tates. Perhaps Obama will let most of the British troops go home from Afghanistan if Britain takes the blame for attacks on Iran. I hope it’s not true.

    Nick Clegg says Iraq war was illegal

    July 22, 2010

    Nick Clegg is deputy prime minister and he says the Iraq War was illegal.(1) The British press says the point is of significance to international courts, because Clegg said it while on the floor of the legislature.

    In the underground, the media is selling Clegg to the world as another MIM antidote. He was calling himself a “revolutionary”(2) not long ago.

    The British Chilcot Inquiry on the Iraq War is not done. It’s an example of another important item held up by the tendency of elites to hide truth until its memoir time, and even then. It will be better for the proletariat to break open the structure for the truth–sooner. Doing so is in fact a measure of our strength in the international united front.

    MIM’s long-held position is that capitalism generates demand and supply for weapons of mass destruction (WMD). We cannot let that be a justification for war.

    On the other hand, we have to look at the history of the question in connection to Iraq to understand the specific political features of the Iraq War. The Democrats in Congress yanked Bush Sr. around on the weapons of mass destruction question when Bush Sr. was president. Clinton then sent inspectors who saw the WMD possibilities of Saddam Hussein degraded as reported by a weapons inspector Scott Ritter and UN inspectors who published the truth.

    The real problem here is that MIM believes the WMD discussion was a euphemism for a political discussion. It was a signal from Bush Jr. to Hillary Clinton, the New York senator, about not resisting the Iraq War. In turn, with the Democratic leadership crushed, it was a signal to Labour in Britain.

    Although the United $tates was crawling with intelligence professionals as the Washington Post confirms this week, it did not result in more truth leaking out. The Pentagon intelligence world was too sprawling and the politicians in too weak a position. That is also true in the would-be communist movement, that the Pentagon had too much influence.

    Some conservative leaders have realized that MIM’s forensic speculations on the crime of the Iraq War make sense. What MIM said is not yet a “fact,” because there is not common agreement to establish the facts on the politics of 9/11 yet. What we said is also not a “theory,” because theory is just an attribution of cause and effect. So it’s more like sleuthing out a crime, a forensic speculation. Only when many people agree to look into the forensic situation can what MIM says become fact. Facts have to be commonly agreed upon.

    The Amerikan people did not get to have a real debate, because the Democrats were effectively crushed even before 9/11. Even some conservatives feel cheated, because they do not like arguing with Straw men. The external evidence for this also came from MI5 this week,(3) which reminded readers that 9/11 had no connection to Iraq. Then the question becomes why Bush raised it. In part, his voter base is that dumb, but it also makes sense in the context of MIM’s forensic speculations.

    A country should go to war after it has had out its own internal conflicts, not because one faction had the other by the gonads or because neither faction wanted the truth leaked and had to cover.

    Notes:
    1. http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/jul/21/nick-clegg-prime-ministers-questions
    2. http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/6157843/cleggs-revolution.thtml
    3. http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/jul/20/iraq-inquiry-saddam-mi5-chief

    Koreans demand $75 trillion in reparations

    July 21, 2010

    Koreans received a backhanded compliment from Bill Clinton, who called Korea, the “‘scariest place on earth.'”(1)

    On the 60th anniversary of the start of the Korean War 1950-3, the northern Koreans demanded $75 trillion in reparations from the U.$. government.


    “The figure includes $US26.1 trillion arising from US ‘atrocities’ which left more than 5 million North Koreans dead, wounded, kidnapped or missing.

    “The agency also claims 60 years of US sanctions have caused a loss of $US13.7 trillion by 2005, while property losses were estimated at $US16.7 trillion.”(2)

    Notes:
    1. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-10707945
    2. http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/06/24/2936414.htm?section=justin